Romania’s landscape is filled in a per-one-third ratio of mountains, highlands and plains. The Carpathians constitute the main mountain range of the country and separate from each other three historical regions, Moldavia, Wallachia and Transylvania. Romania offers a variety of opportunities for hiking and cycling holidays as well. Romania is 27 percent covered by forest and houses, beautiful coniferous forest areas and mountain meadows. Take the time to admire the beautiful landscapes of the Carpathian Mountains, and to observe the flora and fauna.
The region of Transylvania recommends the cycling trips. It is impressive not only due to its beautiful nature, but also because it has much to offer culturally. For example, there are memorable fortified churches and monasteries, Saxon villages, beautiful valleys, along many wine-growing areas.
For unforgettable cycling, the Black Sea and the southern part of Romania are significant because you have the opportunity to cycle along the Danube to the Black Sea and admire the unique natural paradise of the Danube Delta.